Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

What A Potential Lorenzo Cain Reunion Could Mean

The Major League Baseball hot stove is suffering from its own polar vortex as it’s been ice cold with news. Today, we received a carrot from The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal who mentioned that the Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers both have their eyes on Kansas

Best & Worst in Wisconsin Sports in 2017

Wisconsin sports did not have themselves the type of year that we may have wanted especially with the Green Bay Packers. There were a few of us (Me included) who thought the Packers could go into Minneapolis and play in the Super Bowl in front

Brewers’ ZIPs Projections Don’t Leave Much Hope

ZIPs projections are a baseball analytic model to predict the outcomes of the regular season. ESPN’s Dan Szymborski puts this together every offseason, and it usually provides insight on what type of team we can expect for the 2018 season. Now, it’s not perfect nor

Brewers Shoot Their Shot With Ohtani

It’s hard to remember a player having as big of hype as Shonei Ohtani, the two-way Japanese baseball superstar. Otani can pitch and hit home runs drawing the interest of everyone in baseball. In one of the more cockier moves ever, Otani sent out a

Brewers Aren’t Making Similiar Mistake With Arrieta

There have been rumors swirling about the Milwaukee Brewers’ interest in Chicago Cubs’ pitcher Jake Arrieta. FOX Sports Jon Paul Morosi added fuel to flames saying the ‘interest is real’. Brewers fans let out a jaded groan to anyone who would listen yesterday. Why would

Craig Counsell’s Masterful Job Doesn’t Go Unnoticed

Remember back to 2015 when the Milwaukee Brewers got off to a horrific start, and they fired Ron Roenicke in mid-April. They did not even put an interim tag on Craig Counsell, instead, they gave him the job with a three-year deal attached. Counsell had

Will Brewers & MLB Be Moving Divisions?

An interesting article came out in Baseball America yesterday talking about the potential of Major League Baseball moving to 32 teams with two expansion teams (Portland and Montreal), and four divisions only wiping out American and National League. It’s a fascinating read on Major League

Cheers to an Unexpected Brewers Summer

I spent some time in Door County this weekend, and it felt like fall finally. The weather finally turned to feeling more like the time of year where you wear a puffy vest, watch football and drink dark beers. Milwaukee had not made the official

Vogt’s Extra-Base Hits Stave Off Fiesty Reds

Milwaukee Brewers are pretty much at the do or die portion of the season. They could easily not have anything to play for this weekend against St. Louis, or they could have everything to play for. It’s pretty easy and based off whatever the Rockies

Brewers Show They’re Not Ready For Primetime

Milwaukee Brewers came into the series against Chicago Cubs trailing by 3.5 games. They knew to win the National League Central, it would take winning three out of four or sweeping the hated rivals from the south. That did not happen. Instead, Milwaukee ended up